Posts in category "Kenny Williams"

Kenny Williams Is In Charge, Just Ask Him

Kenny Williams Is In Charge, Just Ask Him
As the White Sox pile up the losses and the blame for why the team is so bad is being spread around, but mostly falling on Robin Ventura, one person has stepped forward to take accountability.  On Saturday, Kenny Williams in an interview with Paul Sullivan, said that ultimately he is responsible for the White Sox... Read more »

The White Sox at the Winter Meetings: Samardzija: A Big Move

The White Sox at the Winter Meetings: Samardzija: A Big Move
The Winter Meetings are underway and it’s nice to see the White Sox are in the news.  I was not convinced they would be able to make a trade over the course of the meetings, as Rick Hahn said about the meetings, it’s a place to lay the ground work for future trades.  Of course,... Read more »

Your 2013 White Sox: John Danks (Preview #14)

Your 2013 White Sox: John Danks  (Preview #14)
What was Kenny Williams thinking?  John Danks is a decent enough pitcher and at 26 a contract extension until he was 31 isn’t the craziest thing Kenny had ever done.  However, with his signing bonus and other factors worked in, Baseball Prospectus has Danks making $15.75M this year and 2013-2016 making $14.25M, at least as... Read more »
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White Sox and Attendance: Few Facts and a Lot of Fiction.

This is a bit of a rant, I’ll admit. By definition, a rant is not the most logical, thought out discussion of any given topic. It is tinged at the very least with emotion, at most a full blown rage. I’d like to think that I’m somewhere in the middle, not all capacity for reason... Read more »

Kenny Williams: the Human Representation of Tabliope

Kenny Williams: the Human Representation of Tabliope
Kevin Youkilis is a White Sox, hurr—rah? I can’t imagine he can be any worse than the two black holes that have been patrolling third base for the Sox this season, but we’ve seen this act before with Kenny, a trade for a former star who looks to be on the down side of his... Read more »